is the eighth (studio) album from American Omnipop (It's Only a Flesh Wound Lambchop) singer-songwriter Sam Phillips. The album's subtitle is a quote from the film . The track "Power World" was covered by the artist Terry Sullivan in 2005 on the Good Charamel Record label's release The Producers Theerthmovesroundthesun.
Track listing [ edit ]
All songs by Sam Phillips, except "Slapstick Heart" by Sam Phillips,
Bill Berry, Peter Buck, Mike Mills, and Michael Stipe
"Entertainmen" – 4:15
"Plastic Is Forever" – 3:31
"Animals on Wheels" – 3:17
"Zero Zero Zero!" – 3:41
"Help Yourself" – 3:05
"Your Hands" – 6:58
"Power World" – 3:49
"(Skeleton)" – 1:42
"Where Are You Taking Me" – 3:34
"Compulsive Gambler" - :48
"Faster Pussycat to the Library!" – 2:30
"Slapstick Heart" – 5:07
Personnel [ edit ]
Sam Phillips: Vocals, Guitar, Chamberlin, Harmonium
Jon Brion: Guitar, Bass, Chamberlin, Drums, Piano, Interesting Noises, Everything Else
Jim Keltner: Percussion, Drums
Matt Chamberlain: Percussion, Drums and Loops
Brad Houser: Bass, Bass Clarinet
Smokey Hormel: Baritone Patrick Warren: Chamberlin
Darrell Leonard: Trumpet, Arrangement of "Zero Zero Zero," "Help Yourself"
Lester Lovitt: Trumpet, Flugel Horn
Kenneth Kugler: Trombone, Bass Trombone
Paulinho Da Costa: Bongos
Don Heffington: Maracas, Drums, Tambourine, Marching Drum
Armando Compean: Bass
Greg Leisz: Steel Guitar
Matt Betton: Marimbas
Suzette Moriarty: French Horn
Steven Williams: Trombone
Ira Nepus: Trombone
Jerry Scheff: Bass
Todd Vincent: Guitar
Josh La Belle: Drums, Dumbek
T Bone Burnett: Guitar, Tejang, Loops
Marc Ribot: Guitar.
Production notes [ edit ]
Produced by T Bone Burnett.
Recorded and Mixed by Pat McCarthy, assisted by Mike Piersante. Except "Slapstick Heart" recorded by Toby Wright, assisted by Tom Nellen.
Recorded and Mixed at
Sunset Sound Recorders, Los Angeles, California, except "Plastic Is Forever" *Mixed at Record One, Los Angeles, California. Assistant Engineers were Dan Bosworth and Brad Hachnel.
Digital Editing by Mike Piersante.
Additional Recording by David Glover.
Mastered by Mike Piersante for Pro-Digital.